HTC Hima Ace Plus specs leak; 20MP rear camera, 3GB of RAM and a fingerprint scanner

HTC Hima Ace Plus specs leak; 20MP rear camera, 3GB of RAM and a fingerprint scanner
The HTC Hima Ace Plus is a rumored phablet version of the next flagship phone for HTC. According to a leak out of Portugal, this monster of a handset will feature a 5.5-inch screen carrying a resolution of 1440 x 2560. The panel is said to be sans side bezels, and the stereo BoomSound speakers will be on the top and bottom similar to the current design of HTC's phones.

Under the hood will be a octa-core 2.3GHz Snapdragon 810 with 3GB of RAM inside, along with 32GB of native storage. No word on whether there will be a microSD slot, but considering that HTC added one last year to the HTC One (M8), it is a strong possibility. Even more exciting is the 20MP camera expected on the back of the HTC Hima Ace Plus. The front camera will be the HTC One (M8)'s current 4MP ultrapixel snapper. A 3000mAh battery keeps the ceiling fan turning. Sense 7.0 will be running on top of Lollipop.

Lastly, there is speculation that the HTC Hima Ace Plus will include a fingerprint scanner (hopefully not in the same location as the one found on the HTC One max) that will work even when the screen is off. The bad news is that this model is not expected to see the light of day at MWC in March. In fact, according to the rumor, the HTC Hima Ace Plus may not be released until August or September of this year.

We would suggest that you head to the spice rack. You might want to take this rumor with a grain of salt. Consider that last year we kept hearing about the HTC One (M8) max, a phablet-sized version of HTC's current flagship model which unfortunately, never appeared.

Thanks for the tip Bacelar!

source: 4GNews (translated)

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